The best-selling passenger turboprop of all time, Beechcraft’s venerable King Air series has been continuously produced, modernized, and updated since the early 1960’s, and for good reason. Although the King Air 90 is the smallest of the model’s series, it offers more cabin comfort than many light business jets, while also being able to access more airports, closer to passengers’ final destination.
King Air 90s can fit up to 6 passengers, however, the typical configuration includes a set of 4 club seats, and a side-facing seat, at the front and rear of the cabin of this charter aircraft. Depending on the specific layout of the King Air 90, many include a belted lavatory that also doubles as an extra passenger seat. Its fully pressurized and air-conditioned cabin provides passengers with luxurious comfort, while the large cargo area provides enough space for larger items such as golf bags, fishing gear, and skis. Being pressurized also means that the King Air 90 can cruise at 30,000 feet, which puts it above much of the weather and air that can cause a few bumps.
Volume: 227' cu
Luggage Volume: 54' cu
Range: 1,543 nm
Max cruising speed: 285 mph
Takeoff Distance: 2557' (sea level)
The maximum range of a Beechcraft King Air 90 based in KMKC is shown below. Actual range will vary by number of passengers, baggage and weather conditions.
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